Curriculum Intent

 
 
Curriculum Intent
 
 
Every child at Christ the King School is valued as an individual and is provided with opportunities and experiences to enable them to flourish and aspire to serve and achieve.
 
At Christ the King Catholic Primary School we intend to provide an exciting and cohesive curriculum that enables each child to develop as a confident member of their local and their global communities, to provide learning experiences that develop skills, knowledge, relationships, attitudes and cognition which are underpinned by the gospel values and a passion to care for our common home.
  
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Wellbeing Information

 

 

At Christ the King we believe that the emotional health and wellbeing of our school community is fundamental to our school mission statement of learning together in faith, hope and love.  With this in mind we strive to create a whole school community working together to support children’s and adults’ positive wellbeing. 

The Department for Education recognises that, in order to help their pupils succeed: schools have a role to play in supporting them to be resilient and mentally healthy.

 

“Mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.”

(World Health Organization 2014)

 

To support the emotional wellbeing of children and adults in school, the following whole class/small group or more individually based resources and strategies are used:

 

  • Staff Code of Conduct
  • PSHE (Personal Social Health Education) lessons
  • RE (Religious Education) lessons
  • Trick Box strategies
  • Collections Worship
  • Christian Meditation
  • Emotional Literacy (ELSA) sessions
  • Think Good, Feel Good sessions
  • Rainbow Support Groups
  • Speech and Language support
  • School Council Meetings
  • Play Therapy
  • 7Cs Time (Golden Time)
  • Circle of Friends
  • Positive verbal feedback/praise/stickers/awards (see Behaviour Policy)
  • Time for children to talk 1:1 with a staff mentor
  • Parent/teacher/pupil meetings to discuss concern/s
  • Staff Wellbeing Group

 

The impact of these activities are monitored by the Designated Mental Health Lead (Mrs F Perry)